"Jo" as written by William Owen Gregory and Alison Elizabeth Goldfrapp....
Heard a shout of someone calling,
Strange and darkness.
People lack all feelings
Over the city tonight.
Hanging by behind the trees of,
Blood red mornings.
Watching all this waiting for you
Dread in my head.
Where the wind sings by the river
Laughing, broken.
Hair swept out into the water,
Ripples of black.

Run, you better run,
You better run for your life.

Oh it rips through the sky.
Oh life figures on.

Jo, I know you will see.
Don't wait for a minute.

Shiver while you breathing
All the while you breath land
(Oh you see winter)
Shiver while you breathing
All the while I breath land

Feel the grey at dawn meaning,
Sunset, spoken.
Where the wind sits by the river,
Ripples of black.

Days, you gotta run
You gotta run for your life (repeated)

Oh your light feel you breath
Don't run with me.
Oh they'll leave you breath.
Don't wait for a minute.


Lyrics submitted by agusta212, edited by Juanjo25, yjalilian

"Jo" as written by William Owen Gregory Alison Elizabeth Goldfrapp

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    General Commentabsolutely stunning. This song is very delicate.. but haunting. 3 minutes into the song onwards kills me. theres a virginal ecstasy to it.
    mshbandaron September 13, 2013   Link

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